The ibeoNEXT Corner 4D Solid State LiDAR can be used for any application in autonomous driving from Level 2+ to Level 5 and is particularly impressive in the following scenarios:
The production site in Brest, France was set up in collaboration with partner ZF Autocruise and has already made sensors for series production.
Ibeo has developed a completely new, industry-wide 4D sensor system. The ibeoNEXT is a solid state LiDAR sensor which has no moving parts at all and uses a pure semi-conductor solution instead. The absence of mechanical components makes the solid state sensor more robust and therefore reliable over a longer period. Because of its compact design and light weight, it can also be integrated easily into a multitude of vehicle platforms and any design. The sensor generates a 3D point cloud and an intensity image that is similar to the photo taken by a black-and-white camera – this is the fourth dimension. The solid state technology of the ibeoNEXT Solid State LiDAR also impresses with its wide range of 300 metres and high spatial resolution of 0.05 degrees, for example.
Possible setup for a highway pilot.
This system includes two ibeoNEXT Corner modules and one centralized processing unit (LDE) for:
The solid state technology means: NO moving parts in the sensor.
With its compact and light design, the ibeoNEXT sensor can be integrated easily into the vehicle.
The use of various optics with the same electronics opens up a wide range of applications.
Over 20 years of experience in the development of LiDAR technology for automotive applications.
|Very high resolution (e.g. 0.05°)|
|Long range (e.g. 300 m)|
|Large FOV (e.g. 11.2 ° x 60 °)|
|Output: 3D point cloud & intensity image|
|Small size and small weight|
|Eye-safe laser class 1|
|Low energy consumption|
|ADAS and AD (support for L2+ to L5)|
|Image rate 25 Hz|
|Absolutely no moving parts|
With the recently developed ibeoNEXT 4D Solid State LiDAR, Ibeo is taking its leadership in LiDAR sensor technology still further. In view of the large detection range, high resolution and large vertical angle, the development of a 4D LiDAR sensor is a milestone on the path to fully automated driving.
The ibeo LUX sensor represents over 20 years of expertise in vehicle environment detection. The small LiDAR sensor, which can easily be made ready for market, can be combined with Ibeo software for object classification and tracking and is also used for validation purposes.